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Wed Apr 02, 2003 8:35 pm      Reply with quote
What product could someone suggest for dark circles. The circles are pretty bad too. I used to never wear my glasses, but don't go anywhere without them now. I think I have tried everything I could get my hands on and nothing worked at all. I'm 25 and I've had the circles since I was 20. I'm a guy also, so concealers and such are out of the question. lol I'm also a redhead, so I have pretty sensative skin.

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Tue Apr 22, 2003 3:51 pm      Reply with quote
If you constantly have dark circles (like many others), this can be because of allergies or a hereditary factor. Unfortunately, there are no creams out there there that can take away circles that are the result of either of these factors! You may want to try a gel-based eye product such as Phytomers Lift Contour which will smooth and decongest the eye area, but otherwise, my best recommdation is to invest in a good concealer!

You're a guy, I know. Many men wear cosmetics of some sort, and the market for this area of the cosmetic industry is only growing bigger! You may want to try the Jane Iredale Circle Delete #1 seen on our website. If you'd rather experiment with something less-expensive at a drugstore, try something like Max Factor's concealer; it comes in a twist-up tube (like lipstick), and is pretty easy to use. I promise that the cosmotologist won't laugh at you when you ask her for it's whereabouts ... it's NOT an unusual request, though you may think so. Or, take a trip to your local dept. store - seek out the Clinique or MAC counter, where A LOT of men shop - for your comfort level. The advisors there can show you how to make the most of their product, and techniques on how to apply it.
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Tue Apr 22, 2003 10:32 pm      Reply with quote
Try Power K Eye Rescue and AHA/Kojic Acid Under Eye Brightener by PETER THOMAS ROTH.
It is cosmeceuticals effective line (used by celebrities like Sharon Stone and Shalom Harlov).
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Wed Jun 23, 2004 6:57 pm      Reply with quote
You might be lack of sleep. Sleep is actually the most effective. So, give some sleep and before you sleep, don't drink that much water. This is because the water levels will increase on your eyes which will cause bags. The dark circles will be more obvious and don't sleep more than 10 hours long. You will be more tired. I find that natural ingredients work best for me. Here is one of the masks that worked well.

1. Cut into slices of cucumbers.
2. Squeeze a little juice, but let it stay on the cucumber.
3. Place it under your eyes (bags).
4. Rest for 10 min.
5. Gently remove with a wet warm towel.

results may vary.
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Thu Jun 24, 2004 7:40 pm      Reply with quote
I have heard that the Peter Thomas Roth K Rescue is a good one to try...Also, if you do have allergies, a basic antihistamine will help your sinuses stop draining constantly. (This drainage can make the skin under your eyes look darker.) I am going to try the CSRx Eye Bright serum and see if that will help me, too. I will post on the board once I have used it for a while....
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Sat Jun 26, 2004 1:31 am      Reply with quote
I'm voting for Peter Thomas Roth Power K Eye Rescue - worked well for me!

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